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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Power of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
PhlladelDhia. Pa. - " I wnnfc to Inf. vmi
taow what good Lydia E. Pinkham'a
fund has done mo.
had organic trou-
digs and am going
through tho Chancra
1 of Life. I waa taken
with a pain in my
I 8iac ana a Dad head
ache. I could not
He down, could not
cat or sleep. 1 suf
tcrriLlo and tho doc
tor's medicine did
me no good at all my pains got worse
instead of better. 1 began taking the
Vegetable Compound and felt a change
from the first. Now I feel fine and ad
vise any one going through tho Change
f Life to try it, for it cured mo after I
bad given up all hopes of getting better.
You can publish this and 1 will tell
any one who writes to mo the good
it has done me." Mrs. Margaret
Danz, 743 N. 26th Street, Phila., Pa.
It hardly seems possible that there !a
woman in this country who will con
tinue to suffer withoutgiving Lydia E.
Pinkham'fl Vegetable Compounda trial
after all the evidence that is continually
being published, proving beyond contra
diction that this grand old medicine haa
relieved more suffering among women
than any other mcdiclno in tho world.
For burns, cuts,
ins and all
of scalp. .
CHFSE1KOTCH MIC CO.
f tat Street Vew York
Eatonlc Settled It!
"Eatonlc Is wonderful," snys C. W
Burton. "I had been n sufferer from
otomnch trouble for 20 years and non
I am well."
Eatonlc gets right after the cause of
atomach troubles by taking up and
carrying out the ncldlty nnd gnses nnd
of course, when the cnuse is removed
tho sufferer gets well. If you lmv
sourness, belching, Indigestion, food
repenting or nny other stomnct
trouble, tnke Entonlc tablets nftci
ench menl nnd find relief. Klg boi
costs only n trifle with your drugglst'f
Comfort Baby's Skin
With Cuticura Soap
And Fragrant Talcum
Soap 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c, Talcum 25c.
Spectacled Bear Rare.
A mounted "spectacled bear" from
Venezuela tins been placed on ex
hibition in the American Museum of
Natural History In New York city.
The animal doesn't renlly wear spec
tacles. It derives Its nnme from the
grayish-white markings rimming the
eyes. It Is one of the rarest species
of bears known to exist nnd the only
bear found In South America.
Catarrh Can Be Cured
Catarrh la a local disease greatly Influ
enced by constitutional conditions. It
therefore requires constitutional treat
ment. HALL'S CATARHII MEDICINE
(a token Internally nnd acta through
the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of
the System. HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE destroys tho foundation of
the disease, gives tho patient strength by
Improving the general health and assists
nature In doing Its work.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney St Co., Toledo. Ohio.
s Negligible Quantity.
"If we plant a bomb In this crowded
thoroughfare we may kill some of our
own sympathizers," saM the first an
archist "Fear not," answered the leader of
the reds. "We haven't enough actual
sympathizers In the whole world to
make such a chance worth consider
Some men waste a lot of valuable
time explaining their actions.
iBX . If they Tire, Itch,
M9K Sm Cmrfif n.Mi If Cam
im,,ww wain, it .jvnat
Irritated, Inflamed or
ftan. Aaatkaa. ktafraakaa. Safa for
lacaatof Adult At all Druggist. Write for
Praa Era Book. HmtmtnfmttiUtQm
(Copy for Thin Department Supplied by
the American teuton Newa S-rvIr,-,)
SEEK NEWS OF MISSING MEN
Effort Being Made to Solve War Mys
teries on Behalf of Relatives
Wns William Itoss Heck of the One
Hundred nnd Nineteenth Infantry, re
ported tiled of wounds on October 0.
1018, seen Inter In a Brltl.sh hospital
What became of Clyde Abel of the
Eighteenth Infantry after lie was
wounded and taken to hospital on No
vember 7, 11)18?
Who can tell whnt happened to Hen
Jamln I I.udwlg of the Sixtieth In
fantry whoe letters home stopped
with the signing of the nrmlstleo?
These are some of the war mys
teries the solution of which Is being
sought on behalf of relatives nnd
friends of the lost soldiers. Itcecnt
lists Include the following cases:
WILLIAM ROSS BUCK, Co, M, 119th
Infantry, yreported wounded Oct. 9. 191".
and died the name day. Ills mother has
heard that un ncqunlntnnco n.aw him In
S British hospital a mouth later fine
also would like to hear from soldlur who
returned home on 8. S. Slorra In Decem
ber. 191$. Address Mrs. W. W. Heck.
CLYDE ABEI pvt.. Kith dlvlRlon, wa
transferred to Co. E, 18th Infantry, First
division, nnd was wounded and taken to
hospital Nov. 7. 1918. Nothing heard of
him after that dute. His father, Kdu.irtl
Abel. Route 2. Buchanan. Mich., vould
like to hear from anyone who know him,
especially oillccrs of his company
BENJAMIN P LUDWIO. pvt Hdt.
Co.. 60th Infantry, Fifth dlv'slon, has not
been heard from since tho armlttlco. He
tailed for France July 18, 1918. and his
mother received several letters from him
after his arrival. With the signing of the
armlstlco communication stopped, Write
Frank C. Iove. 406 City Bank building,
Syracuse, N. Y.
FABIAN HANSON, 322nd Infantry, re
ported killed In action. Nov. 0, 1913' Ills
mother lived In Sweden, and when uric
heard ho had enlisted hIio started for thin
country. It took her four months to get
a ship, and when sho arrived her son had
tailed for France. Tho next she heard
he was killed. Anyone with Information
Ihould address Mrs Elizabeth Rodgers.
13 North Walola avenue, La Grunge, HI.,
and sho will communicate with the moth
er. MURRAY GORDON, pvt.. Co. D, 9th
Infantry, severely wounded at Chnuteau
Thierry. Last Information concerning
him contained In letter written by a nurse
at Hospital No. 6. Anyone with Informa
tion, address Lee Hoffman, General Do
livery. Arcadia. Fla.
EARL V JEFFERSON, sergt.. Co. D.
102nd Infantry, was killed In action In
July. 1918. Those who knew him nnd cir
cumstances of his death write Command
er. Earl V. Jefferson Post, American Le
gion. Hope, N, D.
RECTOR MORGAN, pvt., Co K, 160th
Infantry, reported killed, In nctlon but his
mother enn get no further Information.
Anyone who knew him In France write
Mrs. Ray Morgan, Condon. Ore
ARMED WITH MOPS, BROOMS
Fayette (Mo.) Post Turns Out and
Transforms Community Into
When the streets of Fayette, Mo.,
seemed to be collecting entirely too
much refuse nnd dust to be sightly
the Legionnaires of linger White post
turned out In n body nnd, nrmed with
On "Home-Tpwn" Police Duty.
mops npd brooms, soon transformed
the community Into n spotless town.
The former soldiers nnd Bailors,
who garbed themselves In denim
overalls nnd olive tlrnb shirts for the
occasion, remarked that It wasn't
nearly ns nrduous n tnsk ns some of
the "policing" Jobs they hnd been set
to do while In the service.
Oldest and Youngest Members.
After extenslvo resenrch, Kansns
members of the Legion believe Hint
they have found the oldest and
youngest Legion members In the stnte.
Col. Ezra B. Fuller, member of, the
Leavenworth post. Is seventy-one
years old and lms four wars to his
crodlt tho Civil, Indian, Spanish
American and World wars. Colonel
Fuller Is still on duty nt the staff
college, Fort Leavenworth. Jnmes W.
Weed of Lawrence hnd Just passed
his fourteenth birthday when the
United States entered tho war. One
year later Weed, so the story goes,
slipped by the recruiting odlclnts and
was accepted In tho navy, where he
served as seaman, second class. Weed,
who has Just reached his eighteenth
birthday, took a prominent pnrt In
r'C'Est La Guerre," a piny produced
"hv Ell F. Doraay post of Lawrenca.
llB-x 1PF2f &
A K. ' Jtmi irntll frs
GALBRAITH IS NEW LEADER
Ohio Man Chosen National Comman
der of American Legion at
F. W. Onlbralth. Jr.. of Cincinnati,
wearer of the Distinguished Service
Cross nnd two French decorations for
heroism In the Metise-Argnnne offen
sive. In which he was wounded while
commanding the One Hundred nnd
Forty-seventh Infantry, was unani
mously elected national commander
of the American Legion at the re
cent convention In Cleveland.
Mr. Callirntth was commissioned
mnjor In the First Infantry, Ohio Na
tional Ountd. In 1010. and the same
j ear wns promoted to colonel. He
was assigned to the One Hundred nnd
Forty-seventh Infantry In 1H17 nnd
remained In command of that organi
zation until the end of the wnr. He
toot; part In the St. Mlhlel drive nnd
served In the Hncearat and Ypres-Lyt
sectors. Since 11)08. Mr. Onlbmltr
has been treasurer of the Western
Paper Onnds company of Clnelutintl
lie Is forty-six years old.
The convent Inn elected the follow
ing vice commntiderH: John G. Ihn
ory. Ornnd Itnplds. Mich.; B. J. Wins
lett. Snhevllle. Ala.; Thomas J. Cold
Ingay. Newark. N. .1.; C. O. Pendlll
Kenosha. Wis., and J. O. Serugham
Kcno. Nev. John W. Inzer of Mont'
gntnery, Ala., wns elected untloun'
The convention overwhelmingly In
dorel the Legion's fourfold optlonn
compensation bill, known ns tin
Fordney bill, passed by the house a'
F. W. Ualbraith, Jr., Newly Electee
Its Inst session nnd now pending Ic
tho senate. The delegates voted tc
make no change In the political re
striction clause In Hie Legion consti
tution, and reiterated the organisa
tion's position of "strict neutrality"
In nil disputes between capital mid
Resolutions advocating complete
exclusion of Japanese Immigrants and
denial of citizenship to "these turns
8lmllablc people" were adopted, to
gether with numerous other recom
mendations regarding legislation de
signed to foster mid safeguard 100
per cent Americanism.
2 DELEGATES ALSO G. A. R.'S
Special Welcome Extended to Repre,
sentatlves at Convention Who Had
Served at Other Ware.
Two distinguished delegates to tin
American Legion national convention
nt Cleveland received n special wel
come from Frnnkltn D'Oller, the re
tiring commander, when It was
learned that they were also members
of the (Jrnnd Army of the Republic.
They were Lieut. Col. Marshall W.
Wood, U. S. A., retired, of Kolse,
Idaho, and Or. Wesley Thompson of
Huntington I'nrlc Cnl.
Lieutenant Colonel Wood, jtvho It
seventy-four years old, was won ided
twice In the Civil wnr, served In tha
Spanlsh-Auier'lcan and Indian wars
nnd was on nctlve duty during the
World wnr. He served ns the first
commander of n Legion post at Ilolse.
Doctor Thompson, n spry young
mnn of seventy-six, served for two
years In the Civil wnr. He attempted
to enlist nt the stnrt of the World
wnr but was at first rejected. In Oc
tober. 1018. he succeeded In ohtnlnlmt
n commission ns n first lieutenant In
the medical corps and served for
some time In army camps Insoiitheni
GREETINGS FROM V. OF F. W.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Sent! Mes-
sage to Legion During Organiza.
tion's National Encampment.
Greetings to Tho Anterlcnn Legion
from tho Veterans of Foreign Wins
were extended In tho following mes
sage during the encampment of the lat
"Whereas, the twenty-first national
encampment of the Veterans of For
eign Wars of tho United suites Is unv
In session tit Washington. () , ami
"Whereas, the Ideals and principles
of this organization are kindred M
t.ose of Tho American Legion, now
"He It resolved, that the national en
campment of tbe Veterans of Fnrelpn
Wars extend Its cordiul greetings l
Tha American Legion."
HIS RIDE FAMOUS
Remarkable Feat of Freighter of
the Early Days.
Traversed Eight Hundred MllesJ, on
Horseback, In Five Days and Thir
teen Hours, a Record Never
Alexnnder Majors, n pioneer freight
er, whose determined foresight estab
lished Kansas City as the great trad
ing post of the Southwest, nnd to
whose memory the erection of n monu
ment wns suggested nt the time of his
denth. Jnn. 14. 1000. gave the follow
ing description of F. X. Aubrey's fa
"One of the most remnrknhle fents
ever nacninpllshed wns mnde by F.
X. Aubrey, who traveled the dlstnnco
of 800 miles, between Santn Fe. N.
M.. nnd Independence, Mo., In five
days nnd thirteen hours. This ride.
In my opinion, In one respect wns the
most retnnrknhto one ever mnde by
nny mnn. The entire distance wns
ridden without stopping to rest, nnd
hnvlng a change of horses only onre
In every one hundred or two hundred
miles. He kepi n led horse by his
side most of the time, so Hint when the
one he wns riding trnve out entirely,
he chanced the Fnddle to the extra
horse, left the horse he hnd been rid
ing nnd went on ngnln nt full speed.
"At the time he mnde this ride. In
much of the territory he passed
through he wns llnble to meet hostile
fndlnns. so thnt his ndventure wns
during In more wnys thnn one. In the
first place, Hip man who attempted
to ride 800 miles In the time he xdld
took his life In his hands. There Is
perbnps tot one man In n million who
could have flvcd to finish such n Jour
ney. "Auhrev wns n Canadian French
mnn, of low stnture. short limbs, built
like n Jnekserow. and was In the very
zenith of his mnnhnod. full of pluck
"It was snld he mnde this ride upon
n bet of $1,000 thnt be could cover
the distance In elcht tlnys.
"One yesr previous to this. In 18-"2,
be mnde n bet he could do the snme
dlstnnce In ten dnys. The reult wns
he traveled It In n llttlo over eight
dnys, Inmicp bis bet he could mnke the
ride In ISWI In eluht dnys. the result
of that trip showing he consumed lit
tle more than half thnt time.
"I was well acquainted nnd did con
siderable business with Aubrey dur
ing his years of freighting. I met him
when he wns mnklng his fnmons ride
nt n point on the Snntn Fe rond cnlled
Itnhblt F.nr. He pnscd my train nt n
full gallop without asking n single
question ns to the danger of Indlnns
abend of him.
"After his business between St.
Louis nnd Santa Fe censed, his love
for ndventure nnd bis dnrlng enter
prise prompted him to mnke n trip
from New Mexico to Cnllfnrnln with
sheep, which he disposed of nt uood
prices, nnd returned to New Mexico.
"Immediately tition his return he
met n friend n Major Welchtmon qf
the United Snte army, who wns n
prent admirer of bis pluck nnd daring.
Welghttnnn wns nt thnt time editor
of n smnll turner called the Santn Fe
Herald. At their meeting, ns wns the
custom of the time, they cnlled for
drinks. Their ulnsses were filled nnd
they were ready to drink, when An
brev nsUed Welchtmnn whv he hnd
published n dnmned He nbnut his trip
to Cnllfnrnln. Instend of tnklnc his
drink, Welchtmnn tossed the contents
of his glnss In Aubrey's fnre. Aubrev
mnde' n motion to draw his pltnl nnd
shoot, when Welchtmnn. knnwlnc the
dnncer, drew his knife nnd stabbed
Aubrey through the heart, from which
blow he 'dropped dead upon the lloor.
"The whole afTalr was enneted In
one or two Feconds. From the time
they stnrted to tnke n friendly drink
till Aubrey wns lylnc dead on the
floor less time elnpsed than It takes
to tell the story."
Not Enough Time.
Sir Thomns Upton told nt n New
York luncheon n story about a prof
iteer. "A profiteer." he pnld. "bought n
mncnlfieent stenm yacht nnd went
ynehtlnc In the Medlterrnnenn. Off the
Rpnnlsh const the ynrht lilt n rnek ntj
snnk. The profiteer hnd n very nar
row escape from drowning."
"'Yes.' he snld nfterwnrd. 'I hnd n
nnrrow esenpe. I thottcht I wns done
for. However, some Rpnnlsh fisher
men rescued me nt Inst, nnd I wns
put nshore nt Allcnnte.'
"Tradition hns It.' snld the profit
eer's rompnnlon that when n mnn Is
struggling hopelessly In the wnter for
his life he remembers every single evil
deed hp ever committed. Wns this
so In your cose?'
"'Well, not nltogether,' snld the
profiteer. 'Yatt see. I wns only strug
gling about eleven hours.'"
Wintering Geranium Plants.
Tnke nn old plnft out of the hor
der In the autumn before frost has
Injured It. Do this on n dry day.
Shnke all the earth from thcroots, and
suspend plnnt. head down, In a cellar
or dark room, where It will not freeze.
It will become yellow nnd sickly, but
when potted about the end of May
and exposed to gentle warmth will
1vcovcr nnd grow well.
Health and Travel.
"Would you advise me to travel for
"No," replied tha doctor. MA maa
wants to be In first-class physical con
dition before he takea on tha werrlea
af travtl nowadays,"
WARNING I Unless you see the name "Bayer" on
tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by
physicians for 20 years and proved safe by millions.
Name "Bayer" has same meaning as 14 Karat on gold.
SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package" of
genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc
tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheuma
tism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and for pain generally. Strictly American!
Handy tin boxes of IS tablets cost but , few cent Larger raxkaae.
Aaplrta U th trad nark f nrtr Maurcrar if Manaot!el4Mtr af FalterlUaaM
Big Job for One Hen.
An American agriculturist visiting
n Knglnnd was telling (all tales of big
)roods of chickens. Twenty chickens
from twelve eggs appeared to he an
veryday occurrence In the States, If
the stories he told were true.
"Happen you never see so many as
a hundred hatched by one ben nt n
setting?" asked n Suffolk man across
The American hnd never seen such
a brood as that. "Well, then, I have,
mister," returned the other. "Down
Ipswich way we always fill a barrel
with eggs and set tho old hen on the
Buy only "Diamond Dyes
Each package of "Diamond Dyea"
ontulns directions so simple that any
soman can diamond-dye worn, shabby
iklrts. wnlsts, dresses, coats, gloves,
tocklngs sweaters, draperies every
thing, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton
Dr mixed goods, new, rich fadeless col
ors. Have druggist mow you "Dia
mond Dyes Color Card." Ad,v.
Question of Time.
"Public schools are democratic
places," snld n prominent educator at
a banquet the other night; "surpris
ingly so nt times.
"The daughter of a veteran prison
warden wns having nn argument with
one of her schoolmates.
" 'I'm not going to ploy with yon
nny more,' said the warden's daugh
ter; 'your father Is no good.'
"'He's better thnn yours 1' ctmo
bnck from the other child.
" 'Ho Is not I'
'"He Is. too! Your fnther hns been
In the prison for ten years and my
father's only In for six months!'"
Another Royal Suggestion
COOKIES and DROP CAKES
From the New Royal Cook Book
WHEN the child
ren romp in hun
gry, here arc some
wholesome delights that
will satisfy the most
K cup shortening
2 cups MiR-ar
Vi cup milk
14 teaspoon grated nutmea;
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
or grated rind of 1
4 cups tlour
5 teaspoons rtoyal
Cream shortening; and au
par together; add milk to
beaton ckks and beat
again; add slowly to
creamed shortening and
sugar: add nutmog and
flavoring: add 2 cups flour
sifted with baking pow
der; add enough more
flour to make stiff dough,
noil out very thin on
floured board; cut with
cookie cutter, sprinkle
with sugar, or put a rai
sin or a piece of English
walnut In the center of
each, Daka about 12 min
utes In hot oVan.
Cocoa Drop Cakes
i tablespoon ahortenlng
1 cup sugar
U cup milk
l cuds flour
i teaspoons Royal
H cup cocoa
U teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla
Cream shortening, add
sugar and well-beaten
egg; beat well and add
milk slowly; sift flour,
baking powder, satt and
cocoa Into mixture; stir
until smooth, add vanilla.
Put one tablespoon of
batter Into each greased
muffin tin and bake In
moderate oven about M
minutes. Cover with boil
Knew Her Daddy.
Bessie's father had been away fron
home for nearly a year nad her recol
lections of nnd affect I oa for him ha
been transferred to his plctates which
hung In her nursery. When he came
home tho other day her mother ear
gested that Ilcssle hug bin.
"No, no," Bho replied.
"Why, Bessie, don't you lve yoi
"Uh, huh, I lore my daddy. Then
my daddy," pointing t his picture.
A Secret Yet,
A physician was cnlled out Into a
smnll town to hold n consultation with
the village doctor over a woman pa
tient of the latter. She certainty waa
a sick woman and the physician knew
Immediately that she had not beeB
receiving tho proper medicine. Almost
savagely hp demnnded: ' "What hava
you been giving her?"
The country doctor gave him aa
enigmatic smile. "Well, Doc, If eh
gets well, I'll tell you," was bla an
swer. To Have a Clear Sweet Skin
Touch pimples, redness, roughneaa
or Itching, If any, with Cuticura Oint
ment, then bathe with Cuticura Soaa
and hot water. Rinse, dry gently aael
dust on a little Cuticura Talcum ta
leave a fascinating fragrance
Everywhere 25c each. Adr.
Brought It on Himself.
"I can't Imagine what Mildred
In that Smith hoy," remarked Mil
d red's mother. "Ho hasn't brains
enough to fill a thimble."
"O, well, I dare say your mothe
said the same thing about me when
I enme courting youl" replied tha
girl's father, Indulgently.
Hut he suddenly lost his compla
cent smile when his wife retorted:
"She cerlnlnly did, nnd I wns Just
ns big n fool as Mildred Is now. I
wouldn't listen to the advice of raj
elders." Houston Post.
"How Is It that young men can klsa
girls whose faces are so unnaturally
"Hecauso most of them are ea
soldiers who ure not afraid to fact
Mad from Cream of Tartar,
derived from grapaa,
COOK BOOK FREE
Tbe new Rorsl Cook Seek
eonUlslnr 400 datlghtfol re
cipes, win be sent to yea
free If yea wtl mb4 year
at a sn4 address.
IU ralUa at. Ya OMa.
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